Good PR leverages culture. Great PR creates it. It's an approach that's won us new opportunities. To support our new growth we are seeking a Community Manager to join our team in Auckland.
We need someone who is passionate about creating strategically great ideas while developing and nurturing client relationships. driving the culture of integrity and excellence we are renowned for. Ideally, we want someone with a background in Social Media who can manage a campaign from start to finish, collaborating with a team to build strategy, ideas and roll it out across PR, social, influencers, content and activations. This is an influential role, where ultimately, you are the main link between your client and the entire agency team.
Required Skills and Experience
- Demonstrated ability to establish and grow vibrant, active online social communities through best practice planning, publishing and community management
- Proven experience in contributing and developing PR/social media plans and programs in conjunction with supervisor.
- Ability to develop social media strategies that have a strong focus on creativity, impact and results, and are grounded in analytical insights with up to date knowledge of major social media platforms
- Proficient in both verbal and written communication with a high attention to detail.
- Ability to engage and collaborate with both internal and external stakeholders as part of the strategy development process.
- The ability to keep a cool head under pressing deadlines and time pressure
We are pioneers of innovation, have a portfolio of enviable clients and a fast-paced, high-energy culture. If you want in and you have what we’re looking for send your CV and application to firstname.lastname@example.org
lots of actors in it, unlike recruitment
NZTA falls apart with the dated look and delivery. Nothing believable, just advertising. Sorry but more realism, storytelling and believability could have made this standout, but it fails.
want to elaborate on that? did you hate the recruitment ad also?
Another waste of taxpayers' money and police time.
Right on the money as always. Microinfluencers get so much more engagement - and the good ones don't have to pay for fake followers! And I'm with you on Snapchat. You think you look better with a dog's face?!
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